Untold announced the launch of Narratize, an AI-powered storytelling platform that drives innovation success by effectively and efficiently transforming scientific, technical, and medical insights into compelling stories. Narratize was created to help busy innovators to connect, communicate, and innovate through the power of story.
There’s more to innovation than developing cutting-edge products. But, no matter the industry or type of innovation, storytelling is key.
Download our Innovation Storytelling eBook for Startups to discover why storytelling matters in the startup ecosystem.
Untold’s Virtual Innovation Storytelling Training empowers participants to leverage the art and science of innovation storytelling
Untold Content’s Innovation Storytelling Training teaches teams to craft better stories to accelerate and improve the innovation cycle.
Exploring The Future of R&D – Untold Stories of Innovation SHARE Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter “Hearing other people’s input is really valuable and learning from those who have gone before you, but also learning from people who are relatively new to a field, and have a different background than you. And […]
Presentation at the 2016 Polyurethanes Technical Conference features The Shepherd Chemical Company’s bismuth catalysts, BiCat 8840 and BiCat 8842.
Alicia Surrao oversees all creative efforts Untold and our clients, pairing her technical background (PhD Chemist) and creative eye for design to bring complicated concepts to life.
Build your credibility for professionals in the Sciences and the Humanities — featuring unique designs plus clear guidance on the most important information to feature in your discipline.
“It’s not to say the way we’ve been doing innovation in the past is wrong… Things are evolving. And our community and our people, be they entrepreneurs or large corporate people, professionals are now looking at the world differently relative to their role in it and their role in business.” — Wendy Lea
“I have a saying for people that work in research and development: it’s called research for a reason. If we always knew what we were doing and wouldn’t fail, we would just call it ‘search.’” -Scott Collick
The most important part of storytelling is the stories you tell yourself.” – Siva Muthukrishnan